Grateful Dead Live at Lakeland Civic Center on 1982-09-12
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Alabama Getaway-> Greatest Story Ever Told, Friend Of The Devil, Cassidy, West L.A. Fadeaway-> Little Red Rooster, Brown Eyed Women, It's All Over Now, Might As Well
Women Are Smarter, Ship of Fools, Playin' In The Band-> Drums-> The Wheel-> Not Fade Away-> Morning Dew-> Sugar Magnolia, E: Don't Ease Me In
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|Alabama Getaway ->|
|Greatest Story Ever Told|
|Friend Of The Devil|
|West L.A. Fadeaway ->|
|Little Red Rooster|
|Brown Eyed Women|
|It's All Over Now|
|Might As Well|
|Man Smart (Woman Smarter)|
|Ship Of Fools|
|Playing In The Band ->|
|Not Fade Away ->|
|Morning Dew ->|
|Don't Ease Me In|
-- Don't Ease Me In had very low levels and got hissy when raised
-- Thanks to Frank Streeter for lending me his masters
-- Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction
- 2012-10-13 11:30:07
- Cassette Master (Sony TC-K677ES) -> Sound Devices 744T (24bit/48k) ->Adobe Audition v3.0 -> Samplitude Professional v11.2.1 -> FLAC/24
- Lakeland, FL
- Run time
- Taped by
- Frank Streeter
- Transferred by
- Charlie Miller
- Lakeland Civic Center
Subject: "All 'Bout The Reverb"
In this recording, the sound is pristine, as thought Frank had a wonderful DFC FOB position, and the Boyz are playing in a very large bathroom. It's a very different animal than heavy reverbed shows I've heard in the past - clean and crisp with an punchy, upfront demeanor.
But the reverb is so heavy, I can't help but wonder how it got that way? It's a kind of soft, heavenly sound that is rather unique. And it's really nice having The Boyz voices blending so well, being as soft as it is - nothing to cringe at, which I normally do at least a dozen times during any show. My only guess is that he was right behind the board with primo shotguns.*
For most SBDs and a number of FOBs, I artificially add reverb in Soundforge to soften the harshness. But this heavy reverb with a bright stage presence is a different animal than the mechanical additions I perform - especially when I have to crank the "verb" up on some of the most egregiously bad, up-front SBD vocals. It's interesting comparing the difference in this naturally occurring FOB reverb and my artificially administered versions. Good show too. Nice entrance into "The Wheel."
*Well, well. It's all starting to make sense now. Just read the Charlottesville notes with Healy allowing Mr. Streeter to patch into his AKG-414 mics at the board. Yep, that must be it. These Senns were right at the board. Frank's Charlottesville recording has the same sound as tonight's show.
Subject: sound is great
Am sure some of you might read into what am saying or try to correct it by pointing out other not fade's. Here are a few of my favorite Not fades over my touring days. The Scope in spring of 82 April 3rd , Ventura 7 18 82 Of course the rocks tease of Stephen 7 28 82,Hartford 4 17 82 and Greensboro 10 9 83. Are more but already went on to long with it.
This is the very last time we would get this style of Not Fade Away. Meaning after this we got the Throwing stones combo of not fade and throwin stones. I love this style Not Fade away to me it's more exploratory when it comes out of space or before it became a show closer. I still enjoyed it to close out the show. It brought the song to new heights being a closer.
Wow this is soooo very good. I had to rewind and listen to Wheel Not Fade Dew few times today. Love love love Morning dew. Check out this copy people. I don't think you will regret it. Kick ASS sound from a KICK ASS year and tour. Happy Birthday Gram 77 .
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